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Magazine    January 2002



For 18th- to 20th-century French bar and kitchen furniture and accessories, including butcher blocks, copper pots and bistro chairs, The Butler & The Chef has become a leading source in San Francisco. But partners Georges Blum and Laurent Philippe, who is based in Paris and does the buying, also come across the unique, odd item, such as a model of the Eiffel Tower made of 16,000 pieces of metal and with working elevators and lights, in addition to their usual fare of Art Deco pedestal sinks, tables, doors, lighting and clock faces. Their warehouse is like a cabinet of curiosities.


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